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Race Traitor

Anti-white loon at Harvard (7/9/2002)
Have you noticed that universities don't have departments of "Physics Studies" or "Mathematics Studies" or "Psychology Studies" or "History Studies" or "English Studies" or "Dentistry Studies" or "Jurisprudence Studies"? These are all disciplines where a lot of studying goes on, so it is rather ironic that any university school with the word "studies" in its title is almost guaranteed to be an intellectual vacuum. (A local paper once printed a letter to the editor from the Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies at the university where I got my degrees. The letters editor rather nastily published the illiterate drivel verbatim, complete with spelling, punctuation and grammar errors. Beautiful!) It seems that the loading of the word "studies" has been recognised, and other names are being tried to hide the reality of these academic deserts. For example, Harvard has a place which, while described as a "black studies department", goes by the impressive title of the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for African-American Research. The sort of "research" going on there can be seen from this quote from one of its professors, Dr Noel Ignatiev: "The key to solving the social problems of our age is to abolish the white race. ... Make no mistake about it, we intend to keep bashing the dead white males, and the live ones, and the females too, until the social construct known as 'the white race' is destroyed--not 'deconstructed' but destroyed". Dr Ignatiev runs a magazine called Race Traitor. Strangely, it seems that Dr Ignatiev is, well, (how can I put this without sounding racist?) white. What a moron. And Harvard not only lets him teach in the place, they let him spout his nonsense in Harvard Magazine. Tragic.


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